The Best Natural and Home Remedies for Ulcers

Consuming certain substances may assist the body fight stomach ulcer bacteria. Flavonoids, probiotics, and polyphenols are examples. 

1. Flavonoid

Studies indicate that bioflavonoids, another name for flavonoids, could be a useful adjunctive therapy for stomach ulcers.  

2. Deglycyrrhizinated licorice

Don't get a stomachache from that long first word. Pure licorice with the sweet flavour removed is deglycyrrhizinated. One study found that deglycyrrhizinated licorice inhibits H. pylori growth, helping ulcers heal.  

3. Probiotic

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that help your gut. Many foods, especially fermented ones, contain them.  

4. Honey

Honey can contain up to 200 components, including polyphenols and antioxidants, depending on the plant. Honey is an effective antibacterial and H. pylori inhibitor.  

5. Garlic

Lab, animal, and human research suggest garlic extract inhibits H. pylori growth. If you don't like garlic's taste and aftertaste, use garlic extract supplements.  

6. Cranberry

Some studies demonstrate that cranberry reduces urinary tract infections by preventing bacteria from resting on bladder walls. Cranberry and cranberry extract may combat H. pylori.  


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